Located on the Mid North Coast and
named after the river which flows through it, the Manning Valley is a lush area
with four national parks, sub-tropical rainforests, one of the largest drop
waterfalls in the southern hemisphere, and 40 km of coastline, providing access
to some great beaches and surfing.
At only 3 hours north of Sydney and 1 hour south of Port Macquarie, the region
is home to a number of major centres, towns and villages including
Taree, Cundletown, Wingham,
Old Bar, Wallabi Point, Manning Point
and Islands, Hallidays Point,
Harrington, Crowdy Head,
Croki, Tinoee, Coopernook, Hannam Vale, Krambach, Dyers Crossing, Nabiac and
The Manning Valley region has a number of beaches, many of which do not attract
the crowds that other main beaches do, but which are just as beautiful to enjoy.
These include the beaches at Crowdy Head, Diamond Beach, Halliday's Point,
Harrington, Manning Point, Old Bar, and Wallabi Point.
Check out our listing of Manning
Valley accommodation and
North Coast accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide
information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for
more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.